NEW YORK (Reuters) - A tornado half a mile wide struck near Oklahoma City on Sunday, part of a massive storm front that hammered the central United States. News reports said at least one person had died.
Massive tornadoes spawned in Oklahoma and Kansas on Saturday, leaving behind several paths of destruction. The National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center marked 19 tornado reports in the two states by 8 pm EDT. The National Weather Service, located in Norman, Oklahoma, was briefly interrupted when a tornado warning hit the area, forcing employees to [...]Show More Summary
By Jeff Black and Hasani Gittens, NBC News People in two states were taking shelter amid wailing warning sirens Sunday as tornadoes were confirmed to have touched down in Kansas and Oklahoma as part of an extreme weather system plowing through the nation's midsection. The system …
People in two states were taking shelter amid wailing warning sirens Sunday as tornadoes were confirmed to have touched down in Kansas and Oklahoma. Thunder clouds were also heaving hail -- dime to softball sized -- as well as rain across broad swaths of both states. Resid …
Oklahoma State's reportedly decided to place severe restrictions on where the sophomore quarterback can transfer. Oklahoma State's decision to place severe restrictions on the transfer of quarterback Wes Lunt shows the hypocrisy of college athletics.
All Times Eastern College Baseball Oklahoma at Kansas State -- Fox College Sports Central. 2 p.m. Oregon State at Oregon -- Pac-12 Network, 3 p.m. College Lacrosse NCAA Men's Division I Tournament Quarterfinals, Indianapolis, IN Denver vs. Show More Summary
If these rules are to protect the integrity of the sports, why do coaches not have "non-compete" clauses in their contracts?
Texas may be the strongest team on paper, but...it's Texas.
On January 1, 2007 at University of Phoenix Stadium, Boise State changed college football forever by stunning Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl, 43-42. Now, over eight years later, let us look back on this fantastic game that rocked the college football world. Show More Summary
As the second round of the NBA playoffs comes to a close, we have to look back and ask whether injuries decided every series. The Chicago Bulls, Golden State Warriors, New York Knicks and especially the Oklahoma City Thunder have to agree. Show More Summary
Every Big 12 team has moved on from its spring season and is gearing up for summer workouts. There are plenty of headlines surrounding the Big 12 schools, including notable quarterback battles at Oklahoma and Kansas State, the co-champions of the league last year. Show More Summary
Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy loves Duck Dynasty. No, not that Pac -12 team that has the retina-burning uniforms and hot cheerleaders. Gundy is a fan of Duck Dynasty, A&E's hit reality show that follows the adventures of brothers Phil and Si Robertson. Show More Summary
Every offseason, there's a hot transfer quarterback on the market, and the 2013 offseason is no different. Wes Lunt, the man who won the battle to replace Brandon Weeden as a true freshman last season at Oklahoma State, decided to transfer, according to the university. Show More Summary
Each Saturday, this feature links and excerpts commentary and reporting from a dozen progressive state blogs in the past seven days around the nation. The idea is not only to spotlight specific issues but to give readers who may not know their state has a progressive blog or two a place to become regularly informed about doings in their back yard. Show More Summary
The Oklahoma State football program has built itself into a perennial Big 12 contender by doing a great job in the recruiting department, bringing in highly-touted players, along with lesser-known guys that fit the system. Today, we're going to look at the many blue-chip prospects who came into Stillwater with all the hype in the world. Show More Summary
Quarterback Wes Lunt is leaving Oklahoma State. Lunt didn't cite a specific reason for his impending transfer, according to ESPN's David Ubben. "This was not a decision I took lightly, but it is a decision that I felt was right for me," Lunt said in a release. Show More Summary
In states from Texas to Oklahoma to Iowa, legislators have introduced resolutions that appear to proclaim Israel as a nation ordained by God. Most recently, the Texas enrolled SR 694 — a resolution introduced by Republican Senator Ken Paxton of McKinney, Texas and entitled “Commending Israel for its relationship with the United States.” It is […]
Today, the thought of a liberal Senator from Oklahoma is highly laughable. The state gave President Obama his lowest margin, 33% in 2008, and his vote dropped in every county from 2004. In 2012 only by Utah and Wyoming gave Romney higher showings, and the state gave George W. Bush 66% in 2004. Further, Oklahoma [...]
Oklahoma senator Tom Coburn revealed that he believes “the State Department has real trouble” after yesterday’s House Oversight Committee hearing on Benghazi, but said this morning that, at the moment, he can’t reveal why. “Having sat...Show More Summary
Federman & Sherwood Alerts Investors of Its Investigation of BMC Software, Inc., and Whether It Has Breached Its Fiduciary Duties or Violated State Laws OKLAHOMA CITY--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The law firm of Federman & Sherwood has initiated an investigation into BMC Software, Inc. Show More Summary